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In this mind map, different examples of Mens rea and Actus Rea crimes are shown along with an explanation as to why a specific crime falls under Mens rea or Actus rea.

In this video, the life of William Burke is represented as images from when he was a toddler to after his death. These images are positioned around a brain because it provides a visual representation of the humanity and logic of William Burke.…

This webpage delves into the different thoughts Locke had on natural law/rights, nature, property, government, and punishment.

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Image showing how to judge people based on the back of their head

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This image shows some of the most remarkable trials from 1700 to 1764.

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An emotional image series of a collage representing Locke's ideas on Mens Rea. The images are in the order to view. The black and white images are the soul's thoughts while the color is the body's thoughts. The images progress from a thought to a…

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According to Wellcome Collection, this painting depicts "The punishment room at Woking Convict Invalid Prison. The woman stands alone in a padded cell with her arms outstretched and her fists clenched."

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Convicted women are working the fire pumps. The lettering suggests the women pumping the fire pumps are some of the strongest inmates. There is some speculation that these women are in prison for infanticide.

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Robbers are being hung for the crimes in a public hall.

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This is a portrait of James Wilkinson also known as "Daft Jamie." Wilkinson was a victim of Burke and Hare. He was "burked" in Hare's boarding house, and then Burke and Hare sold Wilkinson's body to Dr. Knox for his dissections.
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